The end of intelligent writing: literary politics in America

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Sheed and Ward, 1974 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 480 pages
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Sara Blackburn, "The Politics of Tedium" "...he goes on at such length and with such ardor about them that he protests too much. It's boring." "The fact that he makes much of their Jewishness is a ... Read full review

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Sara Blackburn, "The Politics of Tedium" "...he goes on at such length and with such ardor about them that he protests too much. It's boring." "The fact that he makes much of their Jewishness is a ... Read full review

Contents

Locating American Literary Establishments
1
The Dynamics of Literary Politicking
17
The New York Literary Mob
39
Copyright

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